Costa Blanca

We invite you to discover the Costa Blanca! Coast that receives its name from the light that bathes its entire coastline and the turquoise color of its waters is its hallmark. The Costa Blanca is found in the Levante Alicante, in the southeast of Spain, next to the Mediterranean Sea. It is one of the most attractive tourist destinations in Europe and thanks to its landscape and its location, it is a place of spectacular contrasts, with secluded seaside corners, charming villages and populations full of life.

The Mediterranean Sea bathes the coastline of the Costa Blanca in its more than 200 kilometers of combined relief, where you can enjoy long white sand beaches and hidden pebble coves, which seem a reflection of our neighboring Balearic Islands, ideal to disconnect from the crowd.

Denia y Jávea

They are the first towns on the Costa Blanca and are located on the slope of Montgó, a 753m high mountain, surrounded by the Montgó natural park and which protects both populations.

Denia is known for its gastronomy and has also been named UNESCO creative city of gastronomy . The wide variety of restaurants and culinary events makes trying a dish in this town in the Marina Alta a must. We recommend the red shrimp from Denia and what better place to try it than La Lonja.

The neighboring Jávea stands out for the old town and for a long list of coves with crystal clear waters. Thanks to the relief, we can enjoy roads with views of the sea, cliffs and beaches that are difficult to access but are worth visiting to escape the asphalt and reconnect with a turquoise sea. The best known are Cala de Granadella, Ambolo or Portitxol, but Cala Moraig and Cala Llebeig are also worth a visit, from where you can start the route along the cliffs.


On the way south, we will recognize the town of Calpe in the distance, unmistakable for its faithful and eternal companion, the impressive Peñón de Ifach , the highest cliff in the Mediterranean and that It is located in the natural park with the same name. For conservation reasons, the capacity has been limited to 300 daily visitors to enter the park and reach the top.

Calpe is the last town in the Marina Alta and stretches along the bay of Calpe. Right where both coasts of Calpe converge, at the foot of the Rock, we find the Salinas where fans of winged animals can enjoy themselves in the bird observatory. There is a path that runs through the salt flats and from where you can see, among other species, the colorful pink flamingos, especially in the months of May, June, July and August.


From the same Peñón d’Ifach at our stop in Calpe you can glimpse the town that we have following our journey towards the south. In fact, the same is true in reverse. From the various viewpoints in Altea, you can see Calpe and its beaches, as well as the Peñon in the background.

The town of Altea is known as the Dome of the Mediterranean for the blue Mediterranean color of the dome of its church, crowning the old town. Altea is a very charming town because it has managed to preserve its essence as a fishing village, with all the white houses, with blue or turquoise decorations. Going through the center through its cobbled streets manages to transport you to one of the Pitiusan islands.

Altea is located in a bay surrounded by mountains, just like Benidorm. To the north we will find Sierra Bernia, known for its forat, a rocky passageway that crosses and connects the two sides of the mountain range. On the south side and on the edge of the beach of El Albir, the beach of the town of Alfaz del Pi and which connects with the beach of Altea, we find Sierra Helada and the Albir lighthouse . To the west we see the imposing Puig Campana and its companion, the Ponoig, also known as the sleeping lion and where you can practice via ferrata.


Our tour continues and after leaving Sierra Helada behind, an extensive coastline of golden sand and the unmistakable silhouettes of the skyscrapers of Benidorm make their way. And is that when we think of Benidorm, we automatically think of tall buildings, since it is one of the cities with the highest density of skyscrapers in the world, only behind New York and is known as Manhattan Benidorm.

If you also want to enjoy a pleasant microclimate, long sandy beaches with a great variety of leisure activities, you are in the right city.

Discover all the charms of the tourist epicenter of the Mediterranean here.


The capital of the Marina Baixa region is located south of Benidorm and this colorful town is known for its colorful facades.

Villajoyosa is also known for its festivals. The summer festivals of Moors and Christians have been declared of international tourist interest.

In Villajoyosa we can enjoy sandy beaches, calmer than in Benidorm, if what we are looking for is a little more calm.

And if we want it, it is a sweet moment, what better way to visit the chocolate museum and the cocoa trip, since Villajoyosa is the headquarters of a well-known chocolate brand.


We arrive in Alicante, “Ciudad de la Luz“, ambassador of the Costa Blanca and capital of the province, which welcomes us with a lively cultural offer and an artistic heritage that is worth discovering.

Between the sea and the urban center, we will walk along the Paseo de la Explanada, with its thousands of red, black and cream tiles, and through the old town, we will arrive at Castillo de Santa Bárbara, from where we will enjoy an unbeatable panoramic view.


We return to the Marina Baixa region, but this time inland. If you come to visit us in Benidorm, you cannot miss this jewel located on top of a rock in the valley of the Guadalest River and which has been declared a historical-artistic complex and included in the list of the most beautiful towns in Spain.

Visiting Guadalest is traveling back in time.

Callosa d’en Sarrià & Las fuentes del Algar

Just 20 minutes from Guadalest we will arrive at the town of Callosa d’en Sarrià, known for its medlar trees and for being the entrance to the Fuentes del Algar place.

The Fuentes del Algar are located 3 km from the urban center of Callosa, in the direction of Bolulla, and Tárbena, and constitute a landscape with a high degree of conservation of ecological wealth. A 1.5km route with several natural waterfalls where you can take a fresh water bath.